Faulty Justice System: The Tulia Case

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After researching the Tulia case, I can conclude that the ruling was unfair due to a faulty justice system and targeted african american people. Out of 46 people that were arrested, 39 were african american. 38 out of the 46 were convicted on drug charges by Tom Coleman. An ex-agent, white male, who failed to submit any actual evidence that can convict them for the charges. 38 people were convicted solely by his word and falsified evidence. A judge to accuse the accused of being guilty and charging them with long sentences, even when there was no evidence, is enough to show that the criminal justice system was faulty. After Colemans indicement, Rick perry had the trials/cases reopened and looked into. In the end, Perry pardoned 35 out

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